The Utah author shares his emotional journey to know Christ in a new book

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes For all those who may be looking for new ways to get close to and truly know Christ, a new book offers a Latter-day Saint’s perspective on the journey to God through spiritual rebirth. Christ’s clothing by author Stephen Anthony Bishop seeks to inspire those who diligently seek the truth. … Read more

Depopulation threatens federal food and health programs on reservations

Posted on May 15, 2022, 4:06 pm Carly Graf Kaiser Health News The 2020 census missed nearly 1 in 17 Native Americans who live on reservations, a smaller number that could lead to inadequate federal funding for basic health, nutrition, and social programs in remote communities with high poverty rates and limited access to services. … Read more

Fight for Farmers: Town Girl Finds Passion in Farm Politics and Receives CVTC Certificate in Agronomy | local news

ALYSSA VAN DUYSE Chippewa Valley Technical College When Camryn Beilin was younger, she wanted to be a ballerina or a teacher. “She was always flipping,” she said. When she graduates from Chippewa Valley Technical College on Friday, May 20, her co-degree in Agronomy — the science of agriculture with technology — will be a far … Read more

Children’s mental health should be a priority for parents

A panel from the Huntsman Institute of Mental Health talks to parents about mental health treatments and prevention for their children Thursday. (Emily Ashcraft, Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Salt Lake City – Local experts teach parents the skills they need to help children with mental health issues. “If your child… has a mental … Read more

UR Medicine is preparing to open a new campus in Batavia | best story

BATAVIA – UR Medicine will open its doors on Monday at the new Batavia Campus. The new 21,455-square-foot medical campus—located at 7,995 Call Parkway—will bring specialty clinics and primary care into one location, along with on-site laboratory services, making care more convenient for patients. It will also provide adult and pediatric allergy/immunology, neurosurgery, oncology, otolaryngology … Read more

State golf: BYU-linked Long returns 6A Lone Peak to the top; Timpview Trips to 5A 3-peat

Berlin Long of Lone Peak celebrates with her teammates as the riders grab the 6A golf championship at Stonebridge Golf Club in West Valley City on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. (Scott J. Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes WEST VALLEY – The list of awards won by the Lone Peak Berlin Long golfer … Read more

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is taking aggressive action against an ISP for misleading internet speeds

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and attorneys for Los Angeles County and Riverside County agreed to Request To settle claims against Frontier Communications Intermediate, LLC and its parent company, Frontier Communications Parent, Inc. (collectively referred to as Frontier). Prosecutors alleged that Frontier promised Internet speeds that Frontier did not provide. The order, which … Read more

County considers ARPA funding for mental health services | News

The Morrison County Board of Commissioners is examining how American Recovery Plan Act (ARPA) funds are allocated to improve mental health services in the county. During the past two weeks of board planning sessions, Director of Health and Human Services Brad Fuld, along with supervisors Jeff Bowman and Melanie Erickson, presented options to the board … Read more

Utah events, Awareness Day spark conversations to reduce stigma of mental health challenges

The Labeled Fest, which takes place between Thursday and Saturday in Salt Lake City, gave people an opportunity to talk about mental illness during Mental Health Month in May. (Emily Ashcraft, Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes Salt Lake City – Many people are trying to normalize conversations about mental health and work to end … Read more

Rising healthcare costs in Oregon | local news

A new report shows that average health care costs in Oregon were more than 23% of household expenses in 2019. The Oregon Health Authority’s Health Care Cost Growth Target Program report shows the effects of rising health care costs on Oregon families and individuals, and finds that out-of-pocket spending on health care rose 34% from … Read more